painting of Greek drinking wine
Can drinking ever be a virtue?
We, here, at Classical Wisdom like to address the important stuff. We strive to tackle big issues, philosophical inquiries and
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The Age of Homer, or the Dark Ages (12th-9th century)
Written by Edward Whelan, Contributing Writer, Classical Wisdom We often regard the Greeks as the epitome of Civilizations. However, before
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Hunting Dogs in the Ancient World
Written by Robert Gate, Contributing Writer, Classical Wisdom For millennia, dogs and people have shared a close partnership. No one
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The Banishment of Julia Augusti (PART 6)
Written by Mary Naples, Contributing Writer, Classical Wisdom Of how she was rounded up, the details are unknown. It would
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The Banishment of Julia Augusti (PART 5)
Written by Mary Naples, Contributing Writer, Classical Wisdom Thus, hard on the heels of the birth of her fifth child,
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Ara Pacis
The Banishment of Julia Augusti (PART 4)
Written by Mary Naples, Contributing Writer, Classical Wisdom Attempting to revive the virtues and morality of the old Republic, Augustus
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What if Carthage had won the Punic Wars?
Written by Lydia Serrant, Contributing Writer, Classical Wisdom Ancient Rome was unquestionably the major influencer of European culture that still
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Virgil and Octavia
The Banishment of Julia Augusti (PART 3)
Written by Mary Naples, Contributing Writer, Classical Wisdom Yet, as it turns out, Livia would not be unhappy for long.
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Agora
A Day in the Life of an Ancient Athenian
Written by Lydia Serrant, Contributing Writer, Classical Wisdom Athens, 424 BCE It is daybreak on a Tuesday, and already the
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foot race
All You NEED to Know About the Ancient Olympics
Written by Divya Gupta, Contributing Writer, Classical Wisdom The first Olympic games were held in Athens, Greece in 1896. Around
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